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  1. occult communication between souls or with spirits.
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Origin of psychomancy

First recorded in 1645–55; psycho- + -mancy
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Examples from the Web for psychomancy

Historical Examples

  • Psychomancy, by the soul, affections, or dispositions of men.

    Memoirs of Extraordinary Popular Delusions

    Charles Mackay

  • The well-known case of Swedenborg gives us another illustration of this class of Psychomancy.

  • In our last three lessons we considered that class of Psychomancy arising from the erection and employment of the "Astral Tube."

  • This form of Psychomancy is, of course, a higher degree of manifestation than the class previously described.

  • Astral Projection is frequently developed by faithful practice of, and demonstration of, the simpler forms of Psychomancy.